...therefore, we won't be discussing such on these forums.. More information regarding the specifics of your situation would sure help.. Computer make and model, etc.
On the other hand, WHY don't you have a CD-ROM or floppy on the machine? If they can be purchased, we do so and then use the legal XP CD to reinstall the operating system.. And if you have a computer which doesn't have the option for a CD-ROM, IF your BIOS is able to boot from a USB device, you might also be able to install from an external USB CD-ROM.
Hope this helps and let us know more.
Hi, I want to install a fresh copy of XP home. The problem is I don?t have CDROM, Floppy, USB (driver gone crazy, tried everything humanly possible) and no other pc lol. I know it?s hopeless at these conditions but I have an idea and I hope it works with your help. I?ve downloaded a copy of XP home in which ill use my old broken laptop serial. I have 2 HDD?S connected to this pc; drive C: Fat32 OS partition which I want to format and install on it fresh XP copy, drive D: (same HDD as c) full of data that I need, drive G: different HDD almost full with needed data. Ok now is there a way to create a new very small drive/partition from windows and make it bootable and boot instead of normal C: OS boot to dos or whatever program, then I run setup of downloaded copy from dos to format and replace the copy on c: drive? Maybe use partition magic to resize and create a new partition from existing one?
Will this work? Any other ideas?